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A part of the "Pitman study Notes in arithmetic" sequence, this article covers: linear evolution equations of parabolic style; semilinear evolution equations of parabolic kind; evolution equations and positivity; semilinear periodic evolution equations; and functions.

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It is clear by (U 4) that the uniqueness of an evolution operator follows from this formula. The above representation formula – which will be instrumental in the treatment of semilinear equations in Chapter IV – is usually referred to as the variation-of-constants formula. We will adhere to this terminology and use it without further reference. 6 Theorem There exists a unique evolution operator for the family A(t) U (t, s) L(Xi ) (i = 0, 1) and 0≤t≤T . Moreover, (t − s) A(t)U (t, s) are bounded uniformly in (t, s) ∈ ∆T with a constant only depending on M , ρ, the H¨ older −1 norm of A(·) and a bound for A(t)A (s) .

The norms on E0 and E1 will be denoted by · 0 and · 1 , respectively. 6) D(x; E) := {(x0 , x1 ) ∈ E0 × E1 ; x0 + x1 = x}. We now define a function K(· , · ; E): (0, ∞) × E0 → R+ by setting K(t, x; E) := inf{ x0 0 + t x1 1 ; (x0 , x1 ) ∈ D(x; E)}. This function is called the K-functional. Furthermore, for each x ∈ E0 , the function K(· , x; E) is increasing and concave. It is not difficult to prove that K(t, · ; E) t>0 is a family of norms on E0 which are all equivalent to · 0 . Let now θ ∈ (0, 1) and 1 ≤ p < ∞ and define for each x ∈ E0 the expressions x θ,p ∞ := t −θ K(t, x; E) p 0 1 p dt t , and x θ,∞ := sup t−θ K(t, x; E).

3 we exclude the case p = ∞ because E1 needs not to be dense in (E0 , E1 )θ,∞ . By the same results in [22] we invoked in the case p = ∞, all other properties of an admissible family are also valid if we let p = ∞ . We shall return to this when we treat the continuous interpolation functor. (b) We actually have imbeddings for different p’s (cf. 1(b)). (E0 , E1 )θ,p ⊂→ (E0 , E1 )θ,q for any θ ∈ (0, 1) and 1 ≤ p ≤ q ≤ ∞. Moreover, these imbeddings are dense if q < ∞ (cf. 2(b)). We also have the following imbeddings (cf.

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